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TIME Your Brain [PDF] ✩ TIME Your Brain Author Jeffrey Kluger – Thomashillier.co.uk The greatest computer ever built is less than 7 in long and weighs less than 3 lb It has no moving parts and makes not a sound And yet it is the home of dreams of songs of wisdom of philosophy of love The greatest computer ever built is less than in long and weighs less than lb It has no moving parts and makes not a sound And yet it is the home of dreams of songs of wisdom of philosophy of love of awareness itself.

  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • TIME Your Brain
  • Jeffrey Kluger
  • English
  • 27 January 2014
  • 9781603200943

About the Author: Jeffrey Kluger

Jeffrey Kluger is a senior writer for TIME He joined TIME as a contributor in and was named a senior writer in He has written a number of cover stories including reports on the connection between sex and health the Mars Pathfinder landing the loss of the shuttle Columbia and the TIME Your PDF or collision aboard the Mir space stationIn Mr Kluger along with two other colleagues won First P.



4 thoughts on “TIME Your Brain

  1. InYourFaceNewYorker InYourFaceNewYorker says:

    An interesting and informative collection of articles about the human brain

  2. Deborah Martinez Deborah Martinez says:

    Very informative enjoyed this book very much

  3. spike marlin spike marlin says:

    This was a good book Small in pages but full of different ideas and areas of study My volume was published in 2009 so I am not sure if it has the same content I was particularly interested in the areas of memory beliefs and how foods effect the brain Other areas are consciousness learning disorders and morality 10 years is a long time in science and this book my now be dated as far as what new and wonderful things have been discovered as the result of brain research However it can be a teaser and an accessible source of information for anyone interested in the brain maybe Time will find a way to update this book in the near future

  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    Briefly touches on a number of topics for an overview of the brain's functions and the history of brain studies No one subject is explored in depth but it's a starting place to decide what one might want to learn about

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